Liverpool Arsenal Premier League summary and goals

04/09/2023 at 8:05 p.m


The Reds drew 2-0 with Arsenal, who saved the furniture with a Ramsdale save

City cut two points to six and have a game fewer than the Gunners and it remains a head-to-head between the two

Arsenal saw themselves as champions at Anfield and returned to London with a draw that tasted of little and set the Premier League ablaze. Liverpool fought to the end and deservedly leveled a game trailing 0-2 after half an hour. Arteta’s men lost control of the game and Firmino’s goal in the 86th minute was a heavy blow. And it could have been worse if an amazing game by Ramsdale hadn’t saved the furniture. They are six points clear but have a game more than City and the head-to-head clash between the two remains on April 26. Enormously.


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Alison; Alexander Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho (Firmino, 78′), Curtis Jones (Thiago, 60′); Salah, Jota (Darwin Núñez, 60′) and Gakpo.


Ramsdale; Zinchenko (Kieran Tierney, 89′), Gabriel, holding, white; Thomas, Odegaard (Kiwior, 80′), Xhaka; Saka, Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus (Trossard, 79′).


0-1, M.8 Gabriel Martinelli. 0-2, M.28: Gabriel Jesus. 1-2, M.42: Mohamed Salah; 2-2, M.87: Roberto Firmino.


Paul Tierney. TA: Van Dijk (31′), Arnold (41′), Robertson (45′), Fabinho (55′)/White (23′), Xhaka (42′), Ramsdale (53′), Saka (84′) .

Klopp described the situation and Liverpool’s game so far this season as “garbage”. No more and no less. Well, Arsenal have made it their mission to bring that ‘junk’ back to light in the first half hour that Arteta’s men scored at Anfield. Gunners don’t usually go to sleep at games and the stage didn’t affect their emotions.

Not to those of Martinelli of course. The Brazilian opened the can after eight minutes in a game made in Arteta. Liverpool, who were under very high pressure, saw the London team’s footballers taunt them with ease. Adding to the perfect outing of the ball was an incongruous slip from Robertson, which Saka took advantage of unblinkingly. The combination with Odegaard, involuntary support from Van Dijk and Martinelli’s miraculous foot sparked madness at Anfield as they went 0-1.

Arsenal’s waves have been constant. Zinchenko was denied by a great save from Alisson and Gabriel Jesus couldn’t get his foot in the shot properly when everything was going in his favour. But City’s ex didn’t forgive twice. The gunners like Samba and the Brazilian connection don’t fail. Martinelli’s centre, Gabriel Jesus’ header and the 2-0 that silenced Anfield. It was the first time Arsenal had led a Premier League game at Anfield by two goals since September 2012.

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It was perhaps the turning point in the argument. Liverpool have had to see themselves completely immersed to unleash the intensity and speed that have characterized them so much in recent years. After a couple of chances, the clearest in Salah’s boots, the score was 2-1. Curtis Jones’ back heel created a game that the Egyptian this time completed in style.

The punishment for the “Reds” was the arrival of the break that stopped the storm they were caught in. They managed to provide continuity early in the second half and Arsenal were on the ropes when Holding brought Jota down in the box. But it’s not Salah’s year. ‘Mo’ sent him out again. A desperate missed opportunity for the fans of the “Reds”.

The network set followed. Andy Robertson and Salah equalized in the 57th minute but refused to equalise. It was in the closing stages, with a great action from Trent Alexander Arnold that left Oleksandr Zinchenko in sight, including a run out to cross into the heart of the area where Firmino entered to net an impossible ball from which reach from Ramsdale, who was later multiplied to prevent his team’s damage from getting higher. His match was anthological, with improbable saves. He saved the furniture.

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